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Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Jan Kytop, Dec 27, 2008.
1/100 paper models
Very nice and funny idea!!!
Be carefull, because somebody from those small people can have a pilot's licence and will try to fly away;-)
Thats pretty impressive! Question, what is that ship I see with all the props located on top of multiple masts? I have never seen that before! Bravo again on a job well done.
Very nice. I had considered doing the same type of layout in 1/144, but it got stalled in the ways of real life. I hope to someday have a display as good as yours.
That's a lot of cool choppers! Makes for a nice display. :thumb:
I have the ABC magazine with the Jules Verne airship in it. One of these days I will get to it, I like it every time I see it. Very nice collection! Doesn't it get noisy every night when those little guys come alive and start flying around?
How do you keep everything from blowing away?
Very cool lot's of hard work and patience. I like the Jules Vern model myself. Is that downloadable?
It is a fantasy airship from a novel of Jules Verne , see here:
No , sorry , it is not a downloadable model but you can buy it here:
Nice Show Jan!
I have build the big Albatros almost 2 years ago, it was a lot of fun
Looks like you've put the apache body on a radio controled helecopter?
I like the cv-22 and mh-53, nice builds. I already have the cv-22, but is the mh-53 downloadable.
For the Apache yes.
The MH-53 is in the download section of the forum.
Great pics. And great idea using the radio controlled heli.
thanks Jan. I saw your other post with that airship as well. Very cool.
Is the pattern for the Apache body kit for the RC heli available for download? I was about to do the same thing for one of my heli's - same size it looks like.
The pattern is here in Plan.
Also I have a good news for a copter fans 1/100 Jolly Green Giant will be released this winter!
Jan...this is a fantastic looking collection. Where can I get the OH-6 Cayuse? Have you tried modifying the Cayuse to fit the R/C?
EDIT: Well, what do you know, I found it at ecardmodels.com:twisted:
Excellent Helicopter collection!
love that RC - great idea!!!